Friday, 2 November 2012

About Kamal

Barely aware of the concept of Mass Communication, Kamal Upadhyay laid his hands on ‘writing’ at a tender age of nine. Kamal started with the Shakespearean genre when he was schooling, and later developed his own identity with his first published feature ‘Trees Are Our Friend’, in the school magazine at the age of 14. Thenceforth, Kamal wrote several articles, out of which, few even got published in Mumbai’s daily Navbharat Times. Kamal was barely 18 then.

A self-trained journalist, Kamal Upadhyay wrote extensively for Navbharat Times, so much so that his work was featured in the satire column ‘Do Took’ of the daily broadsheet. Kamal continued to write for his college magazines and a daily tabloid - Mumbai Mirror. 

Launching his very own website - in 2009, the journo broadened his horizon to Politics, Political Satire, Poem, and Short Story. His work has been receiving consistent appreciation and critical acclaim by recognized personalities like Mr Shashi Tharoor, Mr Anupam Kher, Mr Pritish Nandy, Mr Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, Mr Abhijit Majumder & Mr. Navneen Jindal. 

Kamal is now instrumental in developing his own You Tube channel and is all set to venture into this novel digital arena. The feature of this channel is Kamal’s own style of storytelling. Check out Kamal’s link to the You Tube channel: Kamaal Ke Bol 

Life is a stage and we all are mere actors on this stage. You can follow Kamal Upadhyay on Twitter @ActorInLife

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